Year Make Model: 1964 Dodge 880 Custom
Engine: 400 HEMI
Transmission: 3 Speed Push Button
Mileage: 35978 ( undocumented )
Body Style: Convertible
Exterior Color: Beige
Interior Color: Burgundy
For sale in our Fort Lauderdale Showroom is this beautiful 1964 Dodge 880 Custom Convertible. The Dodge Custom 880 was produced from 1962 through 1965. The 880 and Custom 880 received their most significant and final redesign of the 1960 body for 1964. Dodge did really well with the 880 series, 31,800 were sold in 1964. 52 years later this 880 Custom Convertible rolled into our showroom here in south Florida and she is still in good shape. A very nice driver with just one crack in the paint on the trunk. Other than that she is beautiful. For sure the coolest story about her is the push button transmission. The 880 comes with following options: Am Radio; Power Convertible Top (works great); Hub Caps; Power Brakes; Power Steering; Vinyl Interior; White Wall Tires; Radial Tires. She drives very good and is ready for new adventures. You won’t see a lot of them on the road or at car shows. This would be a great classic for somebody who is looking for something different and beautiful. A lot of car for the money and a great investment. Wir sprechen deutsch. Let it roll!!!
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